Friday, November 19th
Richard Rohr (Season of Advent) – November 21, 2021
Franciscan priest Richard Rohr introduces us to the theme of Advent beautifully in a talk he gave about 5 years ago. In this brief talk, Richard speaks to us of the power of story. It is through stories, he explains, that great truths can be revealed to our small minds on small stages.
Thursday, November 11th
Fr Frank Brennan – November 14, 2021
Today in our liturgy we are invited to listen to a homily by Fr Frank Brennan given at the opening eucharist for the Australian Catholic Churches recent Plenary Council.
Tuesday, November 9th
Youth Justice – November 7, 2021
Wayne Sanderson & Lucy Lopez invite us into the gospel values at the heart of our dealing with young offenders. The state government has made valuable reforms to the youth justice system but it is very challenged on this issue.
Wednesday, November 3rd
SMX in 2021 – Liturgy, October 31, 2021
Terry will talk of the importance of experiencing the care of community for our mental health in these uncertain times. He will also the reflecting on 2021 from a SMX perspective.
Tuesday, October 26th
Karen & Terry – Liturgy October 24
Sunday morning and afternoon we will join in the conversation between Karyn and Terry, as they talk, amongst other things, about what is happening with Micah Projects. On Saturday night a video of Micah's work with the homeless will be shown.
Monday, October 18th
Faiths For Climate Change – October 17, 2021
In our liturgy this weekend we will be with people of faith all over the world by being part of a massive global multi-religious #Faiths4climate Justice Day of Action on Sunday
Monday, October 11th
Liturgy, October 10, 2021
On 10 October, World Mental Health Day, Warren Ward reflects on three decades of working as a psychiatrist and how we can optimise our mental health in these tumultuous times’
Thursday, October 7th
Liturgy, October 3, 2021
Mark's central point is that modern Eco philosophy, Pope Francis and others are all pointing to the intrinsic value of our fellow beings and of nature itself and to the sacredness of nature.
Monday, September 27th
Liturgy, September 26, 2021
Terry is talking about the increased despair and anxiety within the world at the moment and how it has heightened our need for the support of others and the important place of community in finding a new relevance. But the pandemic has also revealed their vulnerability and our need to work diligently to maintain and grow.
Monday, September 20th
Liturgy, September 19, 2021
Hope is central to the Gospel and is desperately needed in these challenging times. Margaret Clifford will provide some reflection on the theology of hope and will begin a conversation about how we can nurture hope in ourselves, our communities and in our world.